A 29.5-14.5 victory Sept. 5 catapulted Von Hanson’s over D&D Exteriors, giving them the second-half championship of the Cragun’s Legacy Courses men’s league.
D&D Exteriors beat Edward Jones 24-20, but didn’t accumulate enough points and lost to Von Hanson’s by 2.25 points.
Edward Jones stayed in third.
Von Hanson’s will battle first-half winner Halverson Law for the league championship.
Results from Sept. 5:
Von Hanson’s 29.5, Mid-Minnesota FCU 14.5
Halverson Law Office 30, Shep’s on 6th 14
Reichert Bus 23, Thelen Heating 21
Deerwood 23, American National Bank 21
First Security Agency 22.5, People’s Security 21.5
Mulligan’s 22, DPA/DK Insurance 22
D&D Exteriors 24, Edward Jones 20
US Bank 22, 925.Silver 22
Von Hanson’s 225 — Second-half Winner
D&D Exteriors 222.75
Edward Jones 212.75
DPA/DK Insurance 210
US Bank 206
Halverson Law 202.75
Reichert Bus 197
Thelen Heating 196
Shep’s on 6th 192.75
Peoples Security 183
First Security Agency 183
American National 182
Deerwood Bank 172.75
Mid-Minnesota FCU 132
Closest to pin: Matt Ruis, Drew Dufner, Rick Harms
Longest putt: Jim Butcher
Low net: David Ude 27, Tim Bogenschutz 30, Ben VonBank 31
Low gross: Tyler Monda 32, Drew Dufner 34
Side-game: Justin Buckwalter 40, Craig Miller 33
Halverson Law vs. Von Hanson’s — for league title
D&D Exteriors vs. Reichert Bus — for third
Shep’s on 6th vs. DPA/DK Insurance — for fifth
American National vs. Thelen Heating
925.Silver vs. US Bank
Edward Jones Vs. Peoples Security
Mulligan’s Vs. Deerwood Bank
First Security Agency vs. Mid-Minnesota FCU
■ Breezy Point men
Thomas & Associates knocked down Dockside 9.5-2.5 Sept. 5 to claim the No. 1 spot heading into position night of the Breezy Point Resort men’s league.
Giovanni’s beat Commander/JJ’s 6.5-5.5 to move into second place and will face Thomas & Associates Thursday for the second-half league title.
Results from Sept. 5:
Crocker Collision 10, Billy’s Buddies 2
Thomas & Associates 9.5, Dockside 2.5
Giovanni’s 6.5, Commander/JJ’s 5.5
Billy’s Bar & Grill — 6 points
Thomas & Associates 46
Crocker Collision 36.5
Billy’s Bar & Grill 28.5
Billy’s Buddies 20.5
Low net: 0-6 — Jim Fischer 32; 7-10 — Tom Aumock 36; 11-14 — Jodi Schiltz 34
Longest putt: Ted Zarembski, Tom Aumock, Bruce Buxton
Closest to pin: Jodi Schiltz, Bruce Buxton
Thomas & Associates vs. Giovanni’s
Commander/JJ’s vs. Crocker Collision
Dockside vs. Billy’s Bar & Grill
Billy’s Buddies — Bye
■ Whitefish women
Barb Hanson, Enga Wodziak and Nancy Carlson won their individual flights during the Sept. 4 Whitefish Women 18-hole league.
Hanson won flight A with a 31 in the O-N-E-S league event. Roxanne Thompson shot 34 for second with Cathy Munger and Anita Stensby tying for third.
Wodziak also shot 31 to win flight B. Sharon Sullivan shot 33 and Joan Kantos 35.
Carlson won flight C with a 36. Marlene Anderson (37) was second and Mary Jean Herdey (38) finished third.
Hanson made a birdie and a chip-in birdie, helping her toward the low net of 65.
Diane Giefer and Joan Kantos both sank chip-ins.
■ Whitefish shoot out
Sherrie Adam fended off all others to win the fifth annual Whitefish women’s shoot out Sept. 5 at Whitefish Golf Club.
Roxanne Thompson battled to the end before being eliminated by one stroke on the last hole to finish second.
Mike Einan won the men’s side of the Whitefish Shoot Out Sept. 3.
Mike Finley finished second and 87-year-old Fred Skog finished third.
■ Whitefish men
Mike Slind, Gary Amundson, Richard Hanson and Stan Michal carded a 133 to win the one low net and one low gross event Sept. 3 during the Whitefish men’s league.
Losing in a scorecard playoff, also with a 133, was Roger Jenson, Dave Keeling, Mike Einan and Joe Fetter.
Third place went to Greg Cheek, Mike Carnahan, Warren Kleinsasser, and a blind draw.
Greg Cheek and Sam Kantos sank the longest putts with Bob Beatty and Gary Kipling sticking it close to the pin.
■ GVL outings
Candace Prigge, Lisa Omodt, Katie Wallace and Carrie Spitzack shot 35 to win the Sept. 3 Grand View Lodge Women’s Outing on The Lakes at The Pines.
Denise Laber, Elaine Youngquist, Marian Duffy and Kris McGrath finished second with a tie for third between the team of Barb Elmquist, Jean Morgan, Pearl Peterson and Betty Rademacher and the team of Chris Niemi, Sue House, Connie Lazar and Blanche McMenimen.
Betty Kackman, Diane Aydt, Marlene Perkins and Val Lueck finished fifth.
Peterson and House drained the longest putts. House also sank a chip-in.
Prigge, Youngquist and Laber made birdies.
■ Birch Bay results
Vi Anderson, Judy Kolstad and Patty Loya won the pink ball competition Aug. 28 during the Birch Bay Resort women’s social.
Birch Bay will offer women’s golf discounts throughout the fall on Monday afternoons and Wednesdays from 8 a.m. to noon. All women are welcome.
■ Black Bear women
Mary Lou Jacobs was first and Eileen Springer second in the fun in the sun game during Black Bear women’s league.
Gloria Taylor had the least amount of putts with 12.
■ Vintage women capture interclub honors
The Vintage at Staples overcame a 1.5-point deficit to claim its first Women’s Interclub League traveling trophy Aug. 21.
The foursome of JoEllen Reeck, Barb Hasselberg, Sandy Opheim and Jody Hagenson outscored the two-time defending champions from Cragun’s 4-2 for a 22-21.5 season total.
It’s the first trophy for the Vintage team in the league’s four years.
The league consists of teams from Grand View Lodge, Madden’s Resort, Cragun’s Legacy Courses and the Vintage at Staples. League plays on Wednesdays from June through August.
For more information on the league or to register your team for next year’s season contact Rachel Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Proximity winners for the year were:
June 19: Jann Blessner (Grand View), longest putt
July 24: Rachel Martin (The Legacy), closest to pin
July 24: Pam Musielewicz (Maddens), closest to pin
Aug. 7: Cole Pence (The Legacy), longest drive
Aug. 7: Jody Hagenson (The Vintage), longest drive
Aug. 21: Kari Anderson (The Legacy), closest to the pin
Aug. 21: Barb Hasselberg (The Vintage), closest to the pin
■ Pilot first alternate
Claudia Pilot, Lake Shore, shot nines of 39-40 for a 79 to claim the first alternate spot in the Sept. 6 US Women’s Mid-Amateur sectional qualifying at Midland Hills Country Club in Roseville.
Olivia Herrick of Roseville fired a 75 to win the qualifier.
■ 21st MGA Net team results
Preston Luman and Bob Kennedy of The Vintage at Staples were half of the second-place team in the Sept. 3-4 MGA Net Team Championship played at Grand View Lodge’s Pines and Preserve.
Those two teamed with Dick Dornbush of Balmoral and Ed Smith of Thumper Pond for a 19-under-par 269.
A foursome from Bent Irons Golf Club won with a 268.
The all Vintage team of Glen Hasselberg, Joe Hasselberg, Jack Bleasner and Randy Wilson shot a 279 to finish seventh.
■ Carolyn Held Tournament Sept. 28
The Carolyn Held Memorial Golf Tournament is scheduled Sept. 28 at Pine Ridge Golf Course in Motley.
Registration begins at 9 a.m. with a shotgun start at 10 a.m. The tournament will be a modified 4-person scramble.
Cost for members is $21 (cart not included). Cost for non-members is $41 (golf and cart included.)
The cost includes $10 for dinner, a $10 donation for a bench in Carolyn’s memory and $1 for game prizes.
Register by Sept. 20 by emailing email@example.com. Payment may be made the day of the event. Make checks payable to Ridge Rib and Steak House. Phone is 218-575-3300.
Brent Houle, Winnipeg, MB, aced the 100-yard sixth hole of the Par 3 Course at Cragun’s Legacy Courses Sept. 9 using a sand wedge.